Impaired and Aggressive Driving

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Impaired and aggressive driving Impaired driving means operating any motor vehicle while you are impaired. Impaired driving can have serious consequences with safety and your driving record. Aggressive driving consiste on different behaviors, such as tailgating, speeding or not obeying right-of-ways. These two types of driving has serious consequences that can lead to injuries or other serious problems. Impaired driving can mean many things, such as driving under the influence or driving while you are over tired. Driving under the influence means that you have mean drinking over the alcohol limit or you have been using drugs. Being under the influence can be very dangerous, but it will lead to serious consequences for your driving future. The first time that you are caught with alcohol in your system while driving you will have a 3 day licence suspension, and a 150$ fine. By the third offense of impaired driving you while get a 30 day suspension, must attend a mandatory alcohol treatment program, 150$ fine and for six months ignition interlock. If you have a blood alcohol level over 0.08 you will have much more serious consequences. Such as, 1000$ fine, eventually a lifetime licence suspension and other serious consequences. There are also other consequences, drunk or impaired driving can lead to accidents, you can seriously injure yourself or someone else or it can even lead to someone's death. This is something you cannot take back, it can be something that ruins your life, impaired driving is a serious offense that should be dealt with seriously and not taken lightly. Aggressive driving can be a bad habit that leads to serious consequences. Aggressive-driving behaviours includ tailgating, speeding, failing to yield the right-of-way and cutting in front of someone too closely. This can lead to other angry drivers which can result to road rage, and the angry
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